Definición de constative en inglés:

constative

Saltos de línea: con|sta¦tive
Pronunciación: /ˈkɒnstətɪv
 
, kənˈsteɪtɪv
 
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Linguistics

adjetivo

Denoting a speech act or sentence that is a statement declaring something to be the case: a constative sentence Often contrasted with performative.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Performative criticism begins in the gap between constative sense and dramatic consequences.
  • The argument that the act of stating or describing is in fact performative must take the form of constative statements.
  • In a fundamental conflict between constative force and performative possibility, the assuring parataxis itself begins to serve as a resistant marker of performatives that potentially contradict its simple narrative.

sustantivo

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A constative speech act or sentence: constatives present a true or false account of the facts of the case
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • While explicitly posing the question of whether the performance of this ethical language can ever be free of the constative (the language of ontology), his own performance of the ethics of reading is impressive indeed.
  • His speech act, ‘I confess to stealing the ribbon,’ is at once a constative (it describes something) and a performative (it does something, it produces the scene of guilt).
  • The tension between the performative and constative emerges clearly also in literature, where the difficulty she encounters of separating performative and constative can be seen as a crucial feature of the functioning of language.

Origen

early 20th century: from Latin constat- 'established' (from the verb constare) + -ive.

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